Block Article – Holy Resurrection

01/07/2012

Filed Under: Sarosh Mulla


This is a long story. It covers over 100 years and as such I will only attempt a highlight reel here. My account begins with Peter Reed of Salmond Reed Architects. Peter has been working with St. Matthews in-the-City for nearly two decades. He was instrumental in the stone and...
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Lessons of the Cinema

26/05/2012

Filed Under: Sarosh Mulla


Films are a big part of my life. They always have been. Where I lived as a child in regional Australia there was little, or often nothing, going on and films allowed a connection to places, people and situations I could only dream of. Fuelled by my parents own interest in cinema...
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Rick Joy’s Ten Points for Architecture

03/05/2012

Filed Under: Sarosh Mulla


Often when architects speak about their own work you can be assured of two things. The first is questioning whether or not your chair could have been designed to be any more uncomfortable and the second being an endless cavalcade of images without any sign of human occupation....
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Collective Craftsmanship with Tod Williams and Billie Tsien

01/04/2012

Filed Under: Sarosh Mulla


Craftsmanship is one of the most slippery concepts in contemporary architectural practice. In the past one might have said that craft is an analogue endeavour which carries with it the demonstration of consideration and, often traditional, skills towards the creation of...
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